Tonic water has become a trendy drink in recent times. Vodka tonic, gin and tonic and even plain tonic water are consumed in homes, as well as bars and clubs. Tonic water is different from other carbonated drinks, and in this article, we are examining the thin line between tonic water and soda water.
One tree, one Christmas - dozens of stories in more than half a dozen languages.
Among the first, Italian blogs Federvini.it and Aisitalia.it wrote about how the Kuressaare Christmas tree was about to become a tonic water.
In Britain, FoodBev.com included our story in the wider context of the Christmas tree problem. The story was also run on the Brazilian Revista-fi page. In Romania, we can be found on Roaliment.ro.
In French the story is here on Pour Nourrir Demain, while the tonic made its way onto the popular French TV show La Quotidienne.
In Russia, the adventures of our Christmas tree were covered in Upakovano.ru, FoodMarkets.ru, Miromalo.club, Prostoest.ru, Cookingdom.ru, Siatrus.ru, Gloss.ee, Kedem.ru, Zdorovaya-life.ru, Stolitsa.ee, Food-Berdsk.ru, Kushatj-podano.ru, Toluna, Murmsil on ok.ru, Astv.ru, Borgi.ru, Justpovar.ru, prodgoroda.ru and pakko.me.
On top of the Russian coverage, the Christmas tree also started to pop out in texts like this - 爱沙尼亚蒸馏商Lahhentagge从圣诞树中提取汤力水. Here are a few links for those of you who might speak Chinese better than we do: kknews.cc, ifooday.cn, bbltbz.com, jianshu.com, yidianzixun.com, 3g.163.com and zhuanlan.zhihu.com.
Among our Nordic neighbours, the story of our tonic made it into Glorian Ruoka ja Viini magazine.
The Estonian town of Kuressaare, capital of Saaremaa island, will fully recycle its 55-feet tall Christmas tree this year. Ater the spruce tree has served its 2-month duty in the town's central square, its needles and branches will be used for local Lahhentagge tonic water.
Old Tjikko, whose name could well belong to an ancient Viking Warrior, is a small tree in Western Sweden. At a mere 4 metres, it’s tiny compared to most trees in the Nordic forests.